BioA: Mitchell, Mr./Mrs. S. F. (10th - 1884)
Contact: Roger C. Davis

Surnames: Mitchell, Recker, Long, Milroy, Winslow, Gindar, Prince, Clover, McAllister, Thatcher, Powell, Melrose, Henry, Ford, Hart, McEachren, McFarlane, McIntosh, Murtaugh, Mitchell, Hubbell, Whipple, Merrill, Potter, Tilden, McIntosh, Hauser, Bean, Batson, Davis, La Sprance, Catt, Briggs, Haft, Brown, Hatch, Fennimore, Burce

----Source: Eau Claire Daily Free Press (Eau Claire, Eau Claire County, Wis.) 18 July 1884, Page 3

Mitchell, Mr./Mrs. S. F. (10th Anniv. - 15 July 1884)

Tin Wedding.

On Tuesday evening, the 15th, the relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Mitchell, of Porterville, assembled at their residence to celebrate the tenth anniversary of their wedding. A large bower had been erected in the ground in front of the house, and, being lighted up with lamps and Chinese lanterns, presented a very fine appearance. About seventy-five guests were present at the supper and participated in the dance, which lasted until the "wee, small hours." Old, young and middle-aged gave themselves entirely to the enjoyment of the evening, and departed highly pleased with the entertainment, wishing long and happy years, and many pleasant anniversaries to the host and hostess who had spared no pains to make the affair enjoyable. The presents were many and varied and possessed the merit of being extremely useful. The list is as follows :

Bath set, three pieces, Messrs.V. Recker, Geo. S. Long, James E. Long, W. T. Milroy, Chas. K. Winslow; dishpan and waterpot, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gindar; pail and teapot, Mrs. P. A. Prince; bath set, three pieces, Messrs. P. R. Clover and and Daniel McAllister; salver, Mr. and Mrs. Thatcher; silver mounted pickle castor, Miss Carrie Powell and R. B. Melrose; cake box, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Henry; cake dish and soup ladle, Mrs. Ford; spice set, Mr.and Mrs. Geo. Hart; ten quart pail, dipper and fire shovel, Mr. and Mrs. Alex. McEachren; gempans and flour sifter, Mr. and Mrs. D. McFarlane; coffee can and flour scoop, Charlie McIntosh; colander, small grater and rattle box, John B. Murtaugh; potato boiler, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mitchell; jelly cake tins, Bennie Mitchell; teapot and coffee pot, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hubbell; five quart pail, Miss Ada Hubbell; tin basin, Gene Hubbell; granite ware coffee pot. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Whipple; meat fork and wire skimmer, Birdie Whipple; flour sifter, Miss Ella Merrill; dish drainer, Mr. and Mrs. Potter; French coffee pot, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Tilden; stew pan and wire strainer J. McIntosh; steamer, Miss Estelle Hauser; teapot and preserve kettle. Mr. and Mrs. B. G. McIntosh; six quart pail and pie tins, Mr. William Bean and Miss Carrie Bean; large grater, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Batson; soup ladle, Roy Mitchell; French coffee pot, Mr. Davis; crumb pan and brush, Kittie and Tillie McIntosh; ten quart pail and cake dish, Mrs. La Sprance; teapot, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell; washdish, piecrimper and match safe, Miss Wilda Catt; flour sifter, herb boiler, cake dish and preserve kettle, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Briggs; steamer and dinnerpail, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Haft; colander and water pot, Mr. and Mrs. James Brown; ewer and basin, Mrs. Hart; coffee pot, Mr. L. Hatch; small grater, Scott McIntosh; dishpan, Mrs. Fennimore; egg beater, Mrs. Chas. Burce.




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